Imagine if we could reduce most of our ethical decisions to just one question: “Is what I am about to do loving?” Is robbing a bank loving? Of course not. Is falsifying a resume loving? Not to the more qualified person we cheat out of an interview. Is stealing office supplies from work loving? No, because by increasing costs we impact raises. It’s a pretty simple question with profound implications, but as long as we don’t start doing some pretty complex moral gymnastics it really does work!